Nursing scholarship in Australia for international candidates


Nursing Scholarships in Kidney Related Study: Kidney Health Australia provides grants for Registered Nurses wishing to study Masters Degrees in Nursing.

The aim of the program is to encourage nurses to pursue a career in renal nursing in any of its components – clinical practice, education or research – across the continuum of chronic kidney disease from prevention and early detection to renal replacement.

The amount of the grant will be up to $3,000 per year for a maximum period of up to 3 years. The funding is awarded annually for the duration of the Award.

Eligibility and Location: Applicants will be expected to have a renal nursing background and plan to use their Masters degree in the general area of renal nursing.


There is no formal application form.

The following format should be used in the application:

1. Applicant: Name, qualifications, appointments and brief curriculum vitae

2. Contact details: Applicant’s department, university, mailing address, phone, fax and email

3. Title of course and institution of study

4. A 500 word (approx. 2 pages) summary of how your receipt of the scholarship will result in positive outcomes for persons living with renal disease

5. The names of 3 referees and their contact details.

Closing date: 30 August each year.


  1. Joseph Mbithi

    Am currently a student in The Nairobi Hospital doing registered nursing. I will do Nursing council exam on January 2013.I would like to enquire if it is possible to study medicine after that and what are the requirements.
    What other nursing courses do you offer apart from advanced education in kidneys?

  2. Am from Africa trying to get scholarship to study first degree Nursing in Australia, how do i go about it because my financial background is not good. Please i need your help.thanks..ugochi

    Please help me get scholarship in Australia to study first degree Nursing.thanks..ugochi Durunna.

  3. christena dhamala

    help me to get nursing (BN) scholarship study in australia.


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